RisksRisk of injury due to pieces of glass and other sharp objectspotentially injuring crew and/or damaging equipment.Solu...
Risks Falling rocks are an issue and can occur frequently making the area potentially hazardous to                        ...
RisksThe box contains a variety of sharp glass objects some being clearmaking them difficult to see meaning they could cau...
RisksRisk of falling rocks from the cliff above.SolutionAvoid the rocks and watch for signs of danger.
Risks       There is no lifeguard present meaning there is an increased danger from the sea.              The tide often c...
Contact Numbers•   In case of emergency we have took note of any numbers that could be helpful in    the event of an accid...
Risk assessment 2
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a change in the risk assessment for Rapparee beach in Ilfracombe

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Risk assessment 2

  1. 1. RisksRisk of injury due to pieces of glass and other sharp objectspotentially injuring crew and/or damaging equipment.SolutionMake sure to wear appropriate footwear.
  2. 2. Risks Falling rocks are an issue and can occur frequently making the area potentially hazardous to camera and crew. Could trip over fallen rocks making it a hazard to the crew. SolutionBe aware of signs that rocks might give way and if necessary move away from the area until its safe to return.
  3. 3. RisksThe box contains a variety of sharp glass objects some being clearmaking them difficult to see meaning they could cause a potential injuryto the crew.SolutionCheck the area carefully before filming to ensure that no glass clear orotherwise is on the floor.
  4. 4. RisksRisk of falling rocks from the cliff above.SolutionAvoid the rocks and watch for signs of danger.
  5. 5. Risks There is no lifeguard present meaning there is an increased danger from the sea. The tide often comes in quickly making the sea a potential hazard. Solution We have found the coastguard number for the area and the lifeguard station is very close by.The tide is not a problem as the access to the beach is at the back making it unlikely we can get cut off.
  6. 6. Contact Numbers• In case of emergency we have took note of any numbers that could be helpful in the event of an accident.• Coast Guard number: 01792 366 534• Hospital number: 01271 322 577For the lifeboat we need to call 999 and ask for the lifeguard.

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